I have some pinholes in an area of the gelcoat on the non-skid deck of my new Scout. I also had a void in the gelcoat on the gunnel repaired last week. The fiberglass guy who repaired the void said it would be better to make the non skid deck repair in the winter due to the time it takes to repair. He said he would cut out the area about an 1/8" down and reaply the gelcoat and use the proper non skid mat. My question is, is it worth having this repaired? It's an area about 6 square inches that you have to look extremely close at to even see it and they do not go all the way down to the glass. I'm wondering if the repair is worst then the pinholes.